@tomk I support the idea of people being paid for their labor, but other than the software tooling, I'm unclear how this differs from the usual dual licensing. It seems to have the same issues as any dual licensing scheme? The license tooling won't help overcome the hurdles of corporate processes. Many developers work in companies where we can't make purchasing decisions nor accept licensing terms on behalf of the company. Perhaps that should change or perhaps corporate devs are not the target?
Depeche Mode activated...
In New Lawsuit, Corporations Band Together to Stop Consumers from Banding Together https://theintercept.com/2017/10/06/consumer-protection-arbitration-rule-lawsuit-equifax-wells-fargo/
I created a wiki book on Libertarian Socialiam using Wikipedia's book creator and deposited on the Internet Archive.
This morning I woke up to a notice that it's been taken down due to a DMCA takedown copyright notice from Springer Nature
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Keybase has just announced end-to-end encrypted git
Yahoo says all 3 billion accounts hit by 2013 hack
I should be off sleeping in bed
But I'm making these limericks instead
I leave this advice
For reasonable price
Yak shaving beats painting bike sheds